[TO ANYONE THAT COMES ACROSS THIS POST: there is updated information and another song on a later post. All the songs found here are also there, in addition to the much anticipated song off the new record “What Matters More?” Here’s the link for that post.]
It has been brought to my attention that yesterday’s post is already out of date. Apparently, there was a 12-hour window to download the song. I’ve received a couple of requests to make the music file available for download here. After much thought about the ethics of it all, I’m thinking that since Derek Webb did post it up for free, and he didn’t include any statement prohibiting this, I’ll go ahead and post a link to download it. If any representatives of Webb see this and want me to take this down, I’ll be glad to do so. I really want to support Derek in any way.
[UPDATE: Thanks to Shane Bertou for posting these other audio files up. In the article, he also has the so far assembled audio from the currently released “stems” that form Webb’s song that apparently is being referred to as “Stockholm Syndrome” for the time being.]
So on that note, here’s a link to download the new song “Freddie, Please” off of Derek Webb’s upcoming album “Stockholm Syndrome”, along with the other full songs that have been released so far:
from Shane’s site:
Thanks to Angina Pectoris for bringing these other recordings to my attention.
Here are other sites concerning Webb and the album. Please visit these as well to support the artist and his craft.
- Derek’s Site: http://www.derekwebb.com/
- The “Mystery” Site: http://www.paradiseisaparkinglot.com/
- The Twitter account: http://twitter.com/ssyndrome
- The Patrol Magazine article on it all
Grace and peace.